The ocean is a completely different world from our own, one that we will never know a single thing about because we can't breathe under there or get our skin wet. Go on a culinary expedition with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Seafood
Chefs fry fresh fish, such as haddock ($10.50) or cod ($8.50), in their housemade light and crispy Guinness batter, pairing the 4- to 5-ounce servings with their hand-cut chips. The menu also features other fresh seafood, such as panko-coated prawns and scallops ($12.50 each) and the Double Dunk sandwich—two pieces of Acadian sturgeon crammed between deep-fried dough ($9).
Chippy's Fish & Chips
Daily delivered seafood, hand-cut Ontario potatoes, and a housemade batter that uses not one, but two bottles of Guinness per batch. That’s the essence of Chippy’s Fish & Chips and the vision of owner John Lee, whose sole mission is to bring his customers the very best of classic pub food. Options such as fried halibut or panko-crusted scallops are written across the chalkboard menu inside the small eatery, where customers line up to place their order at the counter. Lee and his team then get to work, frying the fish ‘n’ chips to order and piling them inside Chinese-takeout-style boxes or sneaking them directly into customers’ pockets. Patrons can also order the Double Dunk sandwich. This unique handheld item stuffs two cuts of golden-fried Acadian sturgeon and a pile of red-cabbage coleslaw between two pieces of deep-fried dough. The stack—along with everything else on the menu—verifies what Lee told Corey Mintz of Toronto.com while discussing plans to franchise: “Chippy's is not a heat-and-serve operation.”
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